Last month, the General Accounting Office issued a pair of reports that I quickly printed out and reserved for what I and countless others who travel to work via public transportation call “commuter reading.”

One was a report on the sad state of professional boxing - a sport of which, at times, I’m ashamed to admit I’m a fan - and the other, a 147-page study on the effects of firm consolidation in the profession.

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